Johnston Community College President David Johnson, second from right, accepts the Above and Beyond Award. With him are, from left, Ronald E. Bogle, chairman of the N.C. Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve; Maj. Gen. Gregory A. Luske, N.C. adjutant general; David Oliver, JCC networking instructor; and Larry D. Hall, secretary of the N.C. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
Johnston Community College President David Johnson, second from right, accepts the Above and Beyond Award. With him are, from left, Ronald E. Bogle, chairman of the N.C. Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve; Maj. Gen. Gregory A. Luske, N.C. adjutant general; David Oliver, JCC networking instructor; and Larry D. Hall, secretary of the N.C. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Johnston Community College President David Johnson, second from right, accepts the Above and Beyond Award. With him are, from left, Ronald E. Bogle, chairman of the N.C. Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve; Maj. Gen. Gregory A. Luske, N.C. adjutant general; David Oliver, JCC networking instructor; and Larry D. Hall, secretary of the N.C. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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